Are you looking for stylish clothes for your kids that are as creative and unique as each of their fabulous personalities?
Then you’ll love to discover Souris Mini – a French Canadian children’s apparel company. Thanks to Souris Mini for sponsoring this post.
My girls, Julia and Sophia, were thrilled to browse through the new Downtown with Girlfriends Spring Collection from Souris Mini and pick out these two sweet outfits.
Julia selected this Stretch Jersey Short Sleeve Dress and paired it with a Stretch Jersey Printed Cardigan.
She loves the look of the black and white print and how comfortable it is because of the soft, stretchy fabric.
This ruffle skirt is stunning! The unique colorful print and sparkling tulle made Sophia feel like a princess. The matching jersey t-shirt is great quality, comfy and a lovely color.
Julia, who is 10 years old, is wearing a size 10 and Sophia, who is 8 years old, is in size 8.
The Bold Style of Souris Mini
Souris Mini was founded in Quebec City in 1989 and has since been designing creative, bold and colorful apparel for children aged newborn to 10 years old.
Their goal is to create clothing that is innovative, lasting and ultra-comfortable all while letting kids dress like kids.
The designer behind the brand is Annie Bellavance, a Quebecer impassioned by fashion and interior design and inspired by her three daughters. Annie launched the first children’s collection in 1989. Since then, the brand has expanded into 28 stores across in Canada and launched its first online store in 2011.
Phenomenal Detail and Quality
We were truly impressed by the high quality fabrics and the beautiful detailed patterns and designs.
These clothes are clearly made to last and keep kids comfortable and stylish while they stay active.
Enter to Win
For our Canadian friends, you have a chance to win $150 Gift Card to the online Souris Mini store.
Take a look at the Souris Mini website and leave us a comment telling us a couple of your favorite outfits. Then complete your entry using the form below.
Open to residents of Canada. Winner will be contacted via email and asked to answer a skill testing question. Any litigation respecting the conduct or organization of a publicity contest may be submitted to the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux for a ruling. Any litigation respecting the awarding of a prize may be submitted to the board only for the purpose of helping the parties reach a settlement.
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored and samples for review were provided by Souris Mini.
Written by Susan Carraretto, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom
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